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  • Study: Methane Cleans Nitric Oxide From Power Plant Emissions
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State University engineers have found a way to use methane to remove toxic nitric oxide emissions from the stack gases of coal-burning power plants. This new method of catalytically reducing nitric oxide with methane removes up to 100 percent of nitric oxide from stack gases
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    Blood Vessels Boosted by Gassy Plastic Plastic tubing that emits nitric oxide could be beneficial for replacing blood vessels. According to researchers from the Institute of Bioengineering at Rice University (Houston), the nitric oxide gas helps stimulate growth in the blood-vessel lining
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    Inflammation is a major factor in the development of the foreign body response to biomaterials and medical devices, including compatibility with blood, and the mechanisms are obviously complex. It has been realised recently that nitric oxide (NO) gas is continuously generated by some cells
  • A day in the life of a cardiovascular biology PhD student
    I've spent the last three years looking for a better way to recreate and observe cell responses in the laboratory. This has been the focus for my PhD, 'Defining an in vitro model of normoxia and its implications for nitric oxide signalling', which I've been researching in the Vascular Biology Lab
  • Environmentally Safer Catalyst Proves More Active In Hydrogen Production
    Editor 's note: From Tuesday, March 15 through Friday, March 18, Ozkan can be reached at the San Diego Marriott Hotel at (619) 234-1500, or through Previous stories pertaining to Professor Ozkan's research: "Study: Methane Cleans Nitric Oxide From Power Plant Emissions, " [Embargoed for release
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    , more commonly known as blue baby syndrome. Nitric oxide at high levels is toxic, explains sales executive Teresa Standen, but at low levels it promotes breathing. The MNO-1 and MNO-2 sensors are not affected by cross-interference from agent gasses or N2O. They feature a <10-second T90
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    1). It is responsible for maintaining vascular homeostasis and performs this role in various ways. Nitric oxide (NO) and prostacyclin (PGI2) are released by endothelial cells in response to shear stress at the arterial wall and cause relaxation of the underlying smooth muscle. They are also

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